Campaign Essay Topics

The Us-Versus-Them Mentality In 2008’s Presidential Campaign

The graphic novel, Maus, by Art Spiegelman, tells the story of a Polish Jew’s memories of his experience during the Holocaust. Drawn as mice, the Jews have faced a variety of psychological warfare, including xenophobia, scapegoating, dehumanization, and us-vs. -them dichotomy where the terrible events of the Holocaust were justified. The Holocaust was one of… View Article

Hudson River Campaign

1777 is generally referred to as the defining year of the US struggle for independence from Great Britain. (Moomaw, 1964, 498) The previous year the US had drafted and adapted the Declaration of Independence and save for two victories at Trenton and Princeton 1776 had resulted in a virtual defeat of the US by the… View Article

Political Campaign Proposal

In any democratic society there comes a time when the people have to select their leaders and when this time comes it is the leaders’ responsibility to get back to the electorate and request for their votes. Those leaders with the best policies and are able to connect well with the society will always win… View Article

Evaluation of Differential Research Methods

In this essay we will look at the positive and negative aspects of the group presentation of remit 1. We will also look into the different research methods we took on to gather relevant information that we needed. Then recommendations we want to include for improvement from our verbal feedback alongside with any constraining factors… View Article

Ethic in Advertising

Preface: Advertising is any paid form of non-personal presentation and promotion of ideas, goods, or services by an identified sponsor. In today’s fast-paced and high-tech age, businesses use advertising to make prospects aware of their products and services and to earn profits through increasing their sales and sales turnover. Advertising reflects contemporary society. The making… View Article